Worker at Newark's Ohio Paperboard mill in Baltimore, Ohio, hospitalized after getting his arm caught in PM, sustains serious injuries

LOS ANGELES , February 28, 2012 () – A worker who caught his arm in a machine at The Newark Group Inc.’s Ohio Paperboard mill in Baltimore, Ohio, was hospitalized Feb. 27 after sustaining serious injuries, the Lancaster Eagle Gazette reported Feb. 28.

Fire crews freed the unnamed employee from the machine after his arm was stuck between the rollers.

A company official could not be reached for comment, the Gazette reported.

According to the company website, Newark Paperboard Mills include six mills in the U.S. and two mills in Europe and produces more than 500,000 tons per year of 100% recycled paperboard.

The primary source of this article is the Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, on Feb. 28, 2012.

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